DJI E2000 Pro tuned propulsion system
The E2000 PRO is DJI’s first tuned propulsion system specially engineered for industrial applications and aerial imagery. Using a combination of 6010 motors, 1240S/X ESCs, and R2170 propellers, the E2000 is designed to carry payloads of 1800–2500g per axis, giving it the power to carry substantial add-ons and advanced imaging equipment.
Featuring complete installation of the ESC, motor and propeller the E2000 Pro is easy to install, adding power and reliability to any aircraft with 28mm-diameter arm tubes quickly.
The materials and finishing used to build the E2000 gives the system unprecedented robustness that is necessary for industrial use and reliability even in rough weather.
The 6010 Standard and Pro motor bearings are fully sealed to prevent fluids like rain, pesticide, and salt spray from entering and causing corrosion. A special surface coating applied to the stator also greatly improves its ability to withstand rusting.
The same effective weather sealing has also been applied to the external 1240S ESC found with the E2000 Standard.
To more effectively dissipate heat generated under intensive industrial use, the 6010 Standard and Pro motors feature integrated centrifugal cooling systems that effectively cools the motor while keeping dust and micro particles out. Both types of ESC additionally include silica thermal pads and heat sinks for maximum heat transfer and dissipation. As a result, the system components’ lifespan is maximized and risk of failure under heavy loads and high temperatures is minimized.
The E2000 is designed for payloads of 1800–2500g/rotor, with a maximum thrust of up to 5100 g/rotor (50V, sea level). This enables the platform to carry heavy payloads while ensuring sufficient power to fly through heavy winds, and improved maneuverability.
The 21-inch propeller is made of Ultra Carbon Pro, an advanced composite material, for lower rotational inertia in combination with high strength and stiffness. Their aerodynamic profile combined with optimized electro-magnetic design of the motor make the E2000 extremely energy efficient.
The 1240S ESC is based on a sine-wave drive architecture and advanced, patented algorithms that help the motor respond quickly and precisely to the pilot’s controls. Users can assign the color of the internal LED*, which indicates the real-time status of the propulsion system while working. The included duplex communication port also makes the ESC's firmware easily upgradeable.